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Research Paper | Psychology Science | Iraq | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
Evaluation of the Computer Book for the First Grade According to Computer Culture
Dr. Mayson Ryadh
Abstract: This research attempted to investigate the views of teachers who teach computer subject to the pupils in the first class of intermediate schools in both Al-Karkh and Al-Rasafa areas. The sample of this study consisted of (241) teachers who distributed (116) teachers in Al-carkh schools and (125) teachers in Al-Rasafa schools. For collecting the data the measure utilized as the questionnaire after confirming the validity and reliability. Data were analyses by using the percentageThe findings of this research were the following - The agreement of the views of most computer teachers and teachers of the first grade students on the need to carry out a comprehensive evaluation of the book of the course of progress and progress away from & #039, monotonous & #039, and according to the standards of computer culture as a reflection & #039, of their content of curriculum content. - The need is urgent and necessary for this calendar to provide the best students and out of the world of the classroom to an open educational environment accessible from anywhere in the world with the help of modern technology and the flow of knowledge. - The evaluation can enable the decision-makers can make appropriate decisions about educational development in general and curriculum development in particular and to know what is achieved.
Keywords: Evaluation, computer book
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,
Pages: 167 - 174
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